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Parents Group Upset Over Teen Sex in Glee Tonight

There are 32 comments on the Popsugar.com story from Nov 8, 2011, titled Parents Group Upset Over Teen Sex in Glee Tonight. In it, Popsugar.com reports that:

The show hasn't even aired yet, and the Parents Television Council is already angry about the teen sex in Glee 's episode tonight titled "The First Time." Two McKinley High couples -A one straight and one same-sex -A will be getting it on tonight, and the parents group isn't happy about it.

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“The Cool Side of The Pillow”

Since: Sep 11

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#22 Nov 9, 2011
Where was all the outrage when all the other "girls" were sleeping around and getting pregnant? The second two guys are part of the program then in come to moral crusaders. I may not agree with the partnering but please, these groups need to recheck their moral compasses.......compass......c ompassezzz?

Is that even a word? lol

Cactus....cacti.....compass... .compai? Maybe
Marie

Lawrence, KS

#23 Nov 9, 2011
Imprtnrd wrote:
<quoted text>It did turn out well in the end, you must have taken a potty break.
In my opinion, it would have turned out well if the couples had decided to wait. It would have been the smarter choice considering the fact that a lot of young people watch the show and could be influenced by it.

“The Cool Side of The Pillow”

Since: Sep 11

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#24 Nov 9, 2011
Marie wrote:
<quoted text>
In my opinion, it would have turned out well if the couples had decided to wait. It would have been the smarter choice considering the fact that a lot of young people watch the show and could be influenced by it.
Excellent point. I would agree. Kids have enough problems as it is in school let alone having to deal with the emotional baggage that "deciding when to have sex" can bring.

Since: Nov 08

Oakland, CA

#25 Nov 9, 2011
To "Marie Lawrence, KS".
If you are worried because your kids saw it too, then have a good old fashion family discussion with them. Hopefully this wouldn't be the first time you've discussed your family's views and values. If done openly and honestly, then there is not much more that you can do. I'm not a viewer, so I don't know Glee or how this episode treats these sexual encounters, but if your views differ, explain your concerns, fears and points of agreement (positiveness always helps). If kids aren't involved, have the discussion with yourself.
Marie

Lawrence, KS

#26 Nov 9, 2011
Just because I don't have children who are affected by this, it doesn't mean that I am not concerned for the good of society as a whole. To "have the discussion with myself" defeats the purpose of posting and commenting on issues on the internet.
Cain s Sugahcane

Philadelphia, PA

#27 Nov 9, 2011
manlyman45 wrote:
I am siding with the Parents Television Council. It is inappropriate and should not be shown. TV has turned into trash programming. The further our country gets away from God, the worse it gets. I am sick of the homosexual agenda being pushed on my kids and the rest of our society.
It's tough gradually finding out that educated society won't tolerate your discriminating against glbt people, you ignorant freeek.

BTW, the earth is more than 10000 years old.
Deflower Me

Chepachet, RI

#28 Nov 9, 2011
Ok, let's get this sorted out. People need to understand that being homosexual isn't a choice. Asking someone "Since when did you become gay/bi?" is like asking "Since when did you become straight?" It's not a choice, it's the way someone was born. This is a form of RACISM. All those people who think that gays or lesbians or bis are below them or don't deserve the same rights as people attracted to the opposit sex are RACISTS. I'm 15 YEARS OLD and I can understand that it doesn't matter what gender you are and what gender you like, LOVE IS LOVE and SEX IS SEX. There are NO 'ifs''ands' or 'buts' about it. I am disgusted with the generations above me for behaving this way. If we 'CHILDREN' can understand it, why can't you 'ADULTS'??? If kids ran the world, none of this shit would be an issue. Just like people said slaves would never be free, interracial marriage would never happen, and all this other messed up stuff, people are trying to prevent same sex marriage. Good luck with that, and use slavery in the US and interracial marriage as your guidelines. They worked so well. Bye Bye!
Robsan5

Boise, ID

#29 Nov 9, 2011
Deflower Me wrote:
Ok, let's get this sorted out. People need to understand that being homosexual isn't a choice. Asking someone "Since when did you become gay/bi?" is like asking "Since when did you become straight?" It's not a choice, it's the way someone was born. This is a form of RACISM. All those people who think that gays or lesbians or bis are below them or don't deserve the same rights as people attracted to the opposit sex are RACISTS. I'm 15 YEARS OLD and I can understand that it doesn't matter what gender you are and what gender you like, LOVE IS LOVE and SEX IS SEX. There are NO 'ifs''ands' or 'buts' about it. I am disgusted with the generations above me for behaving this way. If we 'CHILDREN' can understand it, why can't you 'ADULTS'??? If kids ran the world, none of this shit would be an issue. Just like people said slaves would never be free, interracial marriage would never happen, and all this other messed up stuff, people are trying to prevent same sex marriage. Good luck with that, and use slavery in the US and interracial marriage as your guidelines. They worked so well. Bye Bye!
Hear hear!
...... Out of the mouths of babes......
Robert

Since: Nov 11

Plymouth, MA

#30 Nov 9, 2011
It's reality! Face it!

Since: Mar 09

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#31 Nov 10, 2011
Hmmmm ... what about all the teen sex that went on BEFORE TV ?
Edward Collett

Powell, OH

#32 Nov 15, 2011
One of the best episodes thus far, I think. Kurt and Blaine were gettin' it, and that's all that matters. What these bigoted parents don't realize is that the target audience for this T.V. show are the ones who are experiencing these things; first sexual encounters, drug use, being made fun of, beat up, being disabled, etc.

We're growing up with these things, and it's sad when our parents aren't even willing to help us/them with getting by with these things.

Also: religion belongs nowhere near government or entertainment. Get out with that shit.

Since: Mar 09

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#33 Nov 15, 2011
Very well put.

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